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We are a family of divers. We are passionate about marine conservation and advocate for reducing greenhouse gas emissions to prevent rising ocean temperatures, coral bleaching and the loss of marine breeding grounds.  The end of ocean dumping and indiscriminate overfishing, the needless loss of bycatch - billions of fish, sea turtles and cetaceans and especially the cruel and heartless practise of shark finning. Bromar

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Bargibant's pygmy seahorses live between 16-40 m deep

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Bargibant's pygmy seahorses grow to a maximum length 2.4 cm

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Bargibant’s pygmy seahorse was discovered accidentally in 1969 while examining a gorgonian coral

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Bargibant's pygmy seahorses live between 16-40 m deep

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